When the Soviet Union launched its first satellite in 1957, a wave of fear swept across the US, where the public became convinced it was powerless against annihilation from space.
Ron Capshaw's work has appeared in National Review, The Weekly Standard, Human Events, and The Washington Times.
The swashbuckling actor called Nazi Hermann Erben ‘the greatest influence on my life,’ but did that mean that Flynn, too, was a Nazi? The rumors refuse to die.
A Berlin-based author and MIT have published a kid's book making the case for Communism using fairy tales—minus all the mass murder, of course.
The long-time head of the FBI take not take insults well, and most people were too intimidated to try. But the creator of Philip Marlowe was made of tougher stuff.